We want to create lifts that people feel comfortable using. Lifts they can trust for their safety and those of their loved ones every day. Our goal is to fulfill this demand via three fundamental principles:
Safety – safe performance of the lift at all times;
Reliability – a consistently safe and efficient performance with minimum maintenance;
Efficiency – low energy consumption.
Every Aritco commercial lift is engineered to be the safest, most reliable, and efficient lift for commercial buildings on the market. That’s why they meet international safety regulations as well as building standards.
One of the most significant parts of this is the Aritco Quality Assurance Management System. It’s a global system that helps us to keep all production processes under strict quality control and constantly improve them to give you an even better product.
How much does a commercial lift cost?
The cost of a commercial lift can vary depending on many different factors. When determining the installation cost and the lift price, it is best to speak with us directly or with one of our many resellers to discuss your options and needs. To get an estimate, you can reach us here.
The price can also vary depending on which type of lift you want and the size and specifications needed for your commercial building or public space. How many floors the building has will also affect the price of the lift installation.
However, it’s important to remember that buying a commercial lift isn’t just about the price tag. All lifts have a lifespan of service – which is at least 25 years.
To give you an idea of what the time span to install a commercial lift is, we’ve included a breakdown of the approximate installation time below:
Small single-speed lifts used for one to two floors, the typical installation time is approximately 3-4 days.
Medium size single-speed lifts used for three or four floors, the typical installation time is approximately 4-6 days.
Large size single-speed lifts used for up to five floors, the typical installation time is approximately 5-7 days.
Other things to consider when installing commercial lifts
Any number of factors can affect the cost of a new commercial lift. For example, some buildings may have unique requirements or additional needs such as custom pit depth, minimum width, weight capacity, floor space, shaft dimensions, lift size, and whether service of the lift will be provided when needed. If you are unsure of the building requirements or need help to find the best lift for your specific building and/or location. Whether it’s an old or new construction, please feel free to reach out to us, and we will be able to point you in the right direction—both when it comes to choosing the model of lift and pricing.
The models of commercial lifts to choose
Here at Aritco, we manufacture lifts to fit all needs and requirements. Whether it is for a school, office, shopping mall, or any other public space. Lifts with outstanding quality, comfort, and safety in mind. With numerous alternatives to perfectly fit new and existing structures.
The Aritco Publiclift Access is a lift made for everyone in public and commercial buildings. The Aritco 9000 with a cabin and automatic run, specially designed for the accessibility market and made for the public market. Finally, we also offer the Aritco PublicLift Cabin for selected markets. A cost-effective passenger lift solution, with no machine room or deep pit required.